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Sam Clark, Lancaster University, UKPHIL223 Capitalism 2011 7 - Virtues & Vices

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Lecture: virtue ethics and the possibility of a virtue-based defence of capitalism. Part of 'Capitalism as an Ethical Problem'.

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Artist/Composer: Sam Clark, Lancaster University, UK
Keywords: capitalism; virtue ethics; Deirdre McCloskey; Aristotle; Max Weber; Thorstein Veblen; Christopher Logue

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